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TEA PARTY for peace and Jean - Invitation only.

  • Cataract on Paterson 135 Paterson Street Launceston, TAS, 7250 Australia (map)

TEA PARTY for peace and Jean - Invitation only.

This is an 'invitation only' event for friends and supporters of the Peace Trust founder, the late Mrs Jean Hearn. 

If you were involved in the establishment of the Peace Trust - but have not received an invitation to attend this event (by the 30th June), please phone Jo Archer - 0417 114 311 - to discuss.

EventType: Morning tea will be served at Cataract on Paterson to invited guests who helped to drive the establishment of the Peace Trust. 

Guests will be invited to reflect on the contribution and drive of the late Mrs Jean Hearn – who, over numerous cups of tea, inspired dozens of like-minded souls to be pro-active in supporting community initiatives that promote peace and goodwill.

This event is sponsored by Cataract on Paterson. Owner, Karen Burbury, supported by her staff and colleagues, believes that local businesses should pay a role in building and promoting community goodwill and respect.

Event Description: Guest speaker, Peter Rae, OA, will share his perspectives on peace.
Jean's son, Michael Howe, will reflect on Jean's commitment to engaging community in striving for Peace.
Peace Trust President, Donna Bain, will launch the 2018 Tamar Valley Peace Festival.
Extraordinary young singer, and local actor, Hanlon Innocent, will sing the 'peace song', Same Sun (written by Cameron Hindrum and Travis Hennesy).

Venue: Cataract on Paterson, 135 Paterson Street, Launceston

Event Contact: Jo Archer

Date: 27/7/2018    Time:10:30:0 Am - 12:0:0 PM

Wheelchair access: YES

Do people need to book for this event? YES - invitees have been advised to RSVP before Friday 20th July

Entry/Participation Cost: There is no charge to attend this invitation only event. Guests will be invited to make a donation to support the work of the Peace Trust and the future development of the Peter Underwood Peace Garden

Organisation: Tamar Community Peace Trust

Website: http://www.

Target audience: Invitation only.